Mob experience opens in Las Vegas

A new attraction is set to open this month on the Las Vegas strip called the Las Vegas Mob Experience, located in the Tropicana Hotel.

The Las Vegas Mob Experience is a highly interactive, immersive experience anchored by a collection of over 1,000 authentic artifacts once belonging to the famous organized crime figures who helped create Las Vegas.

Through first person accountings, offered by apparitions of famed gangsters themselves, visitors will be able to experience the world of organized crime and learn about the role its major players had on the building of Las Vegas, and their eventual eradication from the casinos.

The new attraction captures a lost era, chronicles Las Vegas’ early years and tells the stories of the real men behind the myths.

The Las Vegas Mob Experience neither glorifies nor vilifies the Mob, it simply presents a historically accurate view of what guests will decide are either a group of ruthless gangsters or ordinary individuals who lived extraordinary lives.

For more information, or to find out hours of operation, previews and ticket pricing please visit

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